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Size matters not!

Iceland in, USA out of soccer’s World Cup By Stewart Grant One of the greatest spectacles in sport is soccer’s World Cup, which is held once every four years, with the next edition coming up next year in Russia. On Monday, Iceland celebrated its first-ever qualification for the World Cup by finishing in first place…

Lincolns enter the win column in Chatham

Mutter playing tonight, Bancroft joins team By Stewart Grant After losing some close one-goal games and then with the prospect of facing tough opponents Leamington, Chatham and LaSalle this past week, there were definitely some uneasy feelings in LincolnLand. Therefore the team’s 2-1 win in Chatham on Sunday night was huge for the green-and-white. With…

March for Warriors

Fawcett Tractor Supply partnered with Bob’s Fitness this year for the 4th annual March for Warriors which raises awareness and funds for Wounded Warriors of Canada. Pictured above are the March for Warriors team who were very pleased with the results. Approximately 50 people participated in the event and raised $3,000.00. Photo courtesy of Liz…

St. Marys Lincolns Update – August 3, 2017

By Stewart Grant Lincolns BBQ this Saturday hosted by Independent Grocer Your Independent Grocer will be hosting the annual Lincolns fundraising barbeque this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is great chance for fans to meet this year’s Lincoln players, enjoy a barbeque lunch, and purchase their season tickets for the 2017/18 year.…

St. Marys Lincolns Update – July 14, 2017

By Stewart Grant Lincolns’ roster taking shape Director of Hockey Operations / GM Glen Childerley reported that the hockey club has signed 16 players so far for the upcoming season. Recently, St. Marys resigned forwards Dan Cloutier and Mitch Bakker. Also, the team welcomes left-handed 18-year-old defenseman Matt Caskanette who played with Norwich Jr C…

Welcome 2017 Inductees!

Induction to be live-streamed on Twitter Two dominant ex-major leaguers, two trailblazing, grassroots leaders and a gold medal-winning national team will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on June 24. Ex-Toronto Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay and former Montreal Expos slugger Vladimir Guerrero will be honoured in a ceremony at the Hall…